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Topic - Glen Wren
Republican governors and GOP-dominated state legislatures were united in opposing President Obama's health care law, but now that it's in place, they are far more divided over how far to go in complying with it, especially with the U.S. Supreme Court poised to rule on the law's constitutionality.
"It was just a difference in approach — which again is no different from what's gone on around the country," he said. "There's no standard by which philosophically and politically you can point to and say this is the template model for Republicans per se. It just doesn't exist, and it's been frustrating for me."